First up is this beautiful cherry red jelly topper. Like all 3 in the collection, it contains fine iridescent flakies throughout. The formula applied nicely and it built up fast. This one is my favorite and it is a beauty worn by itself. Shown below are 2 coats plus top coat.
Ring the Belini
This one is the only citrus shade in the collection. It is an orange that leans towards a butterscotch yellow. You can best appreciate the fine iridescent flakies with this polish. Just like with Horizon Shine, the formula applied nicely and built up fast. Shown below are 2 coats plus top coat.
Zest of Times
The last one in the collection is a magenta jelly with blue microshimmer in addition to the fine iridescent flakies. Again, the formula applied quite nicely. Yet, this one was the most shear of all 3 and required the most coats. Shown below are 3 coats plus top coat.
Bonus Nail Art!
Horizon Shine was sooo juicy looking that I had to add some fun nail art! I stamped some cute watermelons using Bells of Ireland by M Polish and stamping plate 07 from Moyou London's Tropical collection. The nail studs are from Claire's.
Polish shown is Horizon Shine by SinfulColors
Overall, I love these jelly toppers. This type of fun and trendy polish is what I have come to expect from indie polish brands and I am thrilled to see an affordable mainstream option.
Did you get any of these polishes? I would love to hear about it and as always, thank you for reading!